Australian Civil Procedure continues its tradition as the authoritative work in this field. Covering all Australian jurisdictions, the logical structure and succinct expert commentary ensure reputable guidance on each element of the civil litigation system is always at hand. Recent developments absorbed into this edition include: The interaction of litigation case management with pleadings, discovery of documents, expert evidence and witness statements; the disposing of baseless proceedings and proceedings taken in abuse of process under the inherent jurisdiction and rules of court, and inherent jurisdiction to strike out a proceeding or defence; interlocutory injunctions as well as Anton Piller orders and search orders under the inherent jurisdiction and rules of court; class proceedings - constituting the group, dismantling the proceeding as a group proceeding, settling the proceeding and funding arrangements; discovery of documents - the implied undertaking as to the use of discovered documents, legal professional privilege and exchanging expert reports and witness statements, and discovery in forfeiture proceedings; costs, the effect of the national legal profession legislation on litigation costs; and treatment of vexatious litigants and suing anonymously.
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